I received E-Mail that said:

I have seen a castle in Pulaski, TN that is fairly well known by the local people. It was the dream of someone years ago to own a castle. I have seen it from the road in the winter when there are no leaves on the trees. I'm not sure what street it is on, because it has been many years since I was there. However, it is near the center of town. (very small town)

Later, I received e-Mail that said:

I live near Pulaski TN, and recently lived within a few blocks of the building listed in your Castles of the US. I would call it a stone house, not a castle. It is a two-story structure set into a steep hillside, with an L-shaped floor plan, with roughly 2000 square feet under roof. It has a 'porch' on the first floor, on the inside of the 'L', which is fronted with stone arches for support. The porch may have had a roof at some point, but is open now. The house looks fairly old, I'd guess at least 100 years, and has seen better days. It is occupied now, but in the past has served as the local haunted house, I'm told. I don't see any signs of ongoing restoration. The house is in the historical residential section of of town, which contains other houses, all clapboard, dating from the late 1800's to early 1900's. When I first saw it, I thought it looked like an old Tuscan villa. I don't have a picture, but will try to remember to take one when I'm in Pulaski sometime.

Later, I received E-Mail that said:

Here are a couple shots of what someone might have called the Pulaski Castle. I wish I had some info on the history of the place, but we are relative newcomers here. The address is approximately 180 E. Madison St, Pulaski TN 38478. It's only a couple blocks east of the town square, courthouse, etc. As I said earlier, it's not really a castle, but an interesting old stone house. The back is quite plain stucco.

{{Castlefinder note!}} After seeing a photo, I agree that it's not really a castle. I will remove this listing at some point.

On 10-28-09, I received e-mail that said:

I was just surfing the net and low and behold I found this article! http://www.dupontcastle.com/castles/ten_unk7.htm

I was shocked to see this picture while reading, I said...that's my moms house!! The house is indeed very old, its made of limestone and has been restored on the inside. It was made by a very old stone mason. And yes, It's haunted. We have had guests leave in the middle of the night and often family members wont stay the night there, rather they stay in town at a local motel.

Anywho, thanks so much for posting your article. I read some of the others and they were very interesting. Great work, thanks for sharing!

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Thanks to George Hooper for the photo.